On Tuesday, supporters of Governor Caleb Mutfwang and other PDP candidates in Plateau State celebrated their success in election petition courts.
At Rayfield, Jos.’s Langfield Event Centre, Mutfwang prayed and gave thanks with the energised crowd.
At the ceremony, he stated, “The tribunal’s dismissal of their petition on the grounds of lack of merit, validated my position.”
We want the people of Plateau to know that they can put their trust in this administration without fear of being let down.
The Governor also thanked President Bola Tinubu, calling him a “true democrat,” for being nonpartisan in all political matters involving the state.
After inheriting a backlog of unpaid teacher pay, Mutfwang reassured teachers in his state that the administration was working to resolve the problem and asked for their patience.
Senator Jonah Jang, a former governor of the state and an elder statesman, attributed the win to God and the people of Plateau State.
Representing the PDP, Mrs. Sarah Ochekpe, a former minister of water resources, said that the party’s structures would remain “steadfast and unbeatable” despite the challenges they face.
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